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This is the Most Fashionable Scarf of the Season
Cold season fashion trends are having their moment, and this is every fashion influencer's favorite scarf.
Legalizing Same-Sex marriages 'not on my agenda at all'– Premier
The territory’s leader said making same-sex marriages acceptable in the Virgin Islands is against his religious beliefs and is not something that is currently on the Government'...
Gay Santa Claus ad causes controversy
Norway’s postal service has released a lavishy-produced advert depicting a homosexual relationship between Santa Claus and a man named Harry. The LGBT love affair, which ends in...
Apple reportedly switching to iPhone modem design in 2023
TSMC is the manufacturer of all iPhone A-series processors and M1 systems-on-chip for Mac computers.
Increments To Be Paid Before Christmas Holidays
Premier and Minister for Finance Hon. Andrew Fahie has indicated that public servants will be paid their outstanding increments for 2017 in the coming weeks.
India Cannot Risk Being A Late Mover In Accepting Crypto: CoinSwitch’s Ashish Singhal
Speaking at the same event, Mrutyunjay Mahapatra, Member of the Governing Council of RBI Innovation Hub said that the systemic risk of denting political and social stability bec...
Tender Process Waived Again For Security Contract
The Cabinet of the Virgin Islands approved waiving the tender process to contract Top Priority Security Services to provide security for the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS).
The woman from National Geographic's famous 'Afghan Girl' photo is evacuated to Italy
National Geographic magazine's famed green-eyed "Afghan Girl" has arrived in Italy as part of the West's evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover of the country, the...
15 More Illegal Migrants Captured, Two Broke Their Legs Trying To Escape
More illegal migrants have been captured in the territory, two of whom broke their legs in an attempt to flee the authorities.
WHO skips over Greek letters 'nu' and 'xi,' names new variant 'omicron'
The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed it skipped the Greek letters "nu" and "xi" in naming its new COVID-19 variant, which it dubbed the "omicron" variant.
COVID-19: WHO lists South Africa's Omicron strain as 'concerning'
A new strain of the COVID-19 arising from South Africa is causing worldwide alarm and has led to dozens of countries restricting travel from the continent.
Tesla decides against state aid for German battery plant as Musk opposes subsidies
Tesla (TSLA.O) said on Friday it has withdrawn its application for state aid for its planned battery factory near Berlin as CEO Elon Musk declared the electric vehicle maker opp...
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